Sorry if I was unclear. The fact is that the Canadian Govt have severely restricted your options regarding trading as far as opportunity goes. The thread I linked to goes into some detail, but as I am uk and not affected, I don’t know the facts in any great measure.
You have started as a good many do, full of optimism and enthusiasm, but as I understand it, they have restricted what brokers you can use and what leverage you can employ very severely. So much so that my brief glance at the thread I posted the link to make it practically impossible for Canadian residents to join in the “fun” - basically their reasoning is that they don’t want you to lose all your money too quickly.
By all means, do your learning and learn how to trade, but most importantly, find out what you are allowed to do and what the “Leverage” rules mean in terms of whether it is worth your while to make the effort whilst living in Canada.
Sorry to be vague, but all I know is contained in the thread I showed and I didn’t want you to spend a lot of money on “Courses” and the like which could potentially be a complete waste of time for you.
I don’t know whether there is anything you can do about the regulations or not, that is why I suggest you make the effort to learn about brokerage accounts you can access and as I said, whether it is worth your time and money to try to trade at all from Canada.
Sorry if I am the bearer of bad news, and I sincerely hope it IS worth your time, but I don’t know.
All the best F